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that opportunity at the end. there also will be a special display in the princeton photographs division of these photos between 1 and 2:00, so we have to move along so we can get to all of these postevent features. and to get us started i want to introduce the mastermind of today's event, verna curtis. verna is, i learned today, one of four curators of photography in the princeton photographs division. i'm sure they are all here. but it's my pleasure now to turn the program over to verna curtis. let's give her a hand. [applause] >> thank you very much, john. i have to say that we're all in this together. i'm not the mastermind. [laughter] um, today we have bridge secret freed who is the widow of the photographer whose work is featured in the book "this is the day: the march on washington," which we are celebrating. and we have the distinguished dr. michael eric dyson, and we have paul farber. all of them here with us for a special kind of conversation which is how we billed this. i will tell you a little bit about each individual quickly because time is of the essence, and i'd like to t
. she went from high school valedictorian to princeton graduate to law review editor at yale. she served as a prosecutor and a corporate late gator before she was appointed as a district court judge. while still in her 30s. and then was appointed to the court of appeals. 11 years later she was sworn in as the nation's 111th justice. she tells her personal story in a new memoir. is it called "my beloved world." i am very pleased to have justice sonia sotomayor at this table for the first time. welcome. great to see you. >> thank you, charlie. i'm delighted to be here. >> rose: welcome back to new york. (laughs) >> you know, it will always be the home of my heart. as you may know, i've bought an apartment in washington and it's my new residence. >> rose: i've been reading ant how you're getting to know the neighborhood and all that. >> oh, yes! (laughs) but there's always a part of new york that kind of lights up my insides and my smile. >> rose: so you've written this book. here is what the "new york times" said today in a big story about you. right here on the front page of the "new york
, princeton review and usa today take a closer look at college costs and compiled a list of the best private and public schools for the money. senior vice president of the princeton review and author of "the best value colleges." welcome back, rob. >> thanks for having me back. >> good to have you here. we're going to talk private and public schools. when it comes to value what do you look for? >> we started with 2,000 different undergraduate schools and put them through 30 different academic costs and financial aid were the three big buckets. but weren't making their family's mortgages pay for their future. >> good to know. at number five, university of california, los angeles. >> perennial princeton review favorite. but it's a big school, 26,000 students. when we start to think about the average cost, $23,800. real cost of attendance. >> in-state tuition. >> for a california kid. minus average freshman grant, money they don't have to pay back, $16,100, bringing the cost down to $7,700. >> the college of william & mary, number three. the new college of florida in sarasota, michael jordan's
the report there from the route -- from the doctor, and he joins me live, along with a princeton university student. big mission impossible today, so far, to find dark matter. do you think you will be successful this time? >> this has the most advanced technology, the best laboratory in the world for searching for dark matter. we expect exciting results, possibly. we expect to see it in stockholm at some time, maybe. anyway, if we will not get some great and exciting results, we will make any way an important step in the progress of knowledge. >> your reference means that if you get this right, you are bound to go to sweden to collect the nobel prize. as a ph.d. student in -- at princeton, this must be a dream come true to be involved in something like this. >> it is definitely a great experience. it is amazing to be a part of this experiment. on a daily basis, even within the individual projects, you are always learning something new. there is nothing better to learn technical and academic research, things involved in the experiment. this has been a great experience for me. >> it must be s
graduated from princeton university sue me, but he receiving the highest price for an undergraduate while attending yale law school she was editor of the "yale law journal." she could have become a highly paid lawyer but she went right into public service, becoming an assistant district attorney, serving the people of new york. she served at almost all levels of the judicial system including private legal practice as well as years on the federal bench. in 2009, president barack obama nominated and the u.s. senate confirmed sonia sotomayor as the 111th justice of the u.s. supreme court. i give you sonia sotomayor. [applause] [applause] [applause] [applause]) [applause] >> after i got to washington in 2009, i met a whole bunch of texans from everywhere in this large state and i have been repeatedly invited to visit. and you know when you get a new job you are a little busy. and so i have been been able to calm, but it's a tribute to the warmth of the people i met them that has been confirmed in the few hours that i have been here already. that this is the third city on my tour. i was first
any of his staff even know who mccarthy is. >> ted went to princeton. presumably he might have read about that. >> don't leap. >> it's interesting to note that, okay, they went a little overboard inventing the friends of hamas and the charges of anti-semitism. you did not see him on the floor speaking. >> stonewalled, what does that mean? stonewalled means you don't talk. >> he is saying the administration has not coughed up the administration proving that in fact chuck hagel was in the pocket of north korea. >> ah. >> so he didn't get the information. >> so he is still pushing this line? >> he said what else can i say? i suggest he should come out there and say he is sorry. >> by the way, i agree with you on princeton doesn't guarantee your knowledge in the world. >> no. >> because sam alito is a graduate of princeton also. but i think ted cruz is a guy going to take a risk and say this is a guy with enormous talent. he is a very, very smart guy. but he is completely misused it in this case, completely misused it in this case. and i think it's too bad, because i think the guy is ve
high school valedictorian to princeton graduate to law review editor at yale. she served as a prosecutor and a corpate late gator before she was appointed as a district court judge. while still in her 30s. and then was appointed to the court of appeals. 11 years later she was sworn in as the nation's 111th justice. she tells her personal story in a new memoir. is it called "my beloved world." i am very pleased to have justice sonia sotomayor at this table for the first time. welcome. great to see you. >> thank you, charlie. i'm delighted to be here. >> rose: welcome back to new york. (laughs) >> you know, it will wa be e home o my heart. as you may know, i've bought an apartment in washington and it's my new residence. >> rose: i've been reading ant how you're getting to know the neighborhood and all that. >> oh, yes! (laughs) but there's always a part of new york that kind of lights up my insides and my smile. >> rose: so you've written this book. here is what the "new york times" said today in a big story about you. right here on the front page of the "new york times" t
survey from the princeton review has labeled it the number one "best value" private college in the country. university of virginia was ranked as the top public school. the list identifies 150 public and private colleges where students got the most bang for their buck. it was determined on criteria like admissions, cost and financial aid. following swarthmore on the private school list -- harvard came in at the number two spot. princeton were third and fourth, followed by liberal arts college pomona. as for public schools - university of north carolina came in second. the new college of florida, william and mary and u-c-l-a rounded out the top five. the review finds that fewer than half "best value college" students took out student loans as undergrads -- and their debt loads were much lower than national averages. for many of them - federal and private grants go a long way, when paired with student aid. it helps bring the average cost of attendance for freshman at public schools on the list, to about 10- thousand-dollars. that's almost half the initial 19-thousand-dollar pri
hope will come out of people reading this book. >> moving from the bronx to princeton university from one world to another in a series of culture shocks, you described it as becoming a stranger in strange lands, but you discovered ways of adapting to new cultural worlds. what is your advice to others negotiating the same kinds of passages? >> what i had done, and i described in my book, at every juncture of my life, is i have stayed connected to people from the latino community. i have joined latino groups. i have abdicated to some of the needs of latinos, and i've done it because it's given me a sense of comfort and security of my life. we all gravitate to that which we grew up in, because it's the familiar. and the familiar is warming, and security and confidence building. but i'm very careful to give a more broader lesson in my book to talk about the need, not to insulate yourself within your community, but simply to use it as a springboard into the larger world. yeah, go back, know your culture, have your friends, feel their warmth. but then go out and explore. that's what they ar
of the library of congress. working once again with the princeton photographs division i would like everyone to see a book that has come from the collection of the library of congress that you will learn about in today's program. today or program is being filmed not only by the library of congress also c-span and we're very pleased to share this program with the entire country through c-span and the library of congress website, which no host more than 250 of the books and beyond programs so please turn off of things electronic. we will progress from a panel discussion to question and answer if we have time. and conclude with a book signing in the foyer. you'll have a chance now for a question and answer you certainly have the opportunity at the end. there will be a special display in the photos of between 1:00 and 2:00 so we have to move along to get to all the features and get us started what i want to introduce the mastermind of today's event, i've learned today one of four curators of photography and i am sure they're all here. it is my pleasure to turn the program over to verna curtis. [
princeton university summa cum laude, receiving the highest honors as a graduate. while at yale, she added that the law journal. she could have become a highly paid lawyer. but she went right into public service, becoming an assistant district attorney serving people of new york area she served in almost all levels of the judicial system, including private legal practice, as well as years on the bench. in 2009, president barack obama nominated sonia sotomayor is a one -- as the 111th justice. i give you now just as sonia sotomayor. [cheers] [applause] >> thank you. [inaudible conversations] [cheers] [applause] >> hello. thank you. [applause] [applause] [cheers] >> when i got here in 2009, i met a whole bunch of texans for it because everywhere in this large state, i have been repeatedly invited and when you get a new job, you are a little busy. so i haven't been able to come here yet. but it is a tribute to the warmth of the people that i met that have been confirmed in a few hours but i have been here already. this is the third city on my tour. i was first in washington, my new home. i w
and publisher of "the nation." she is summa cum laude from princeton. she is here with her first collection, "fighting for progress in the age of obama." i do not always agree with her personally when it comes to politics. we are here to find out from katrina how we're going to save the world with barack obama. let's start there. [laughter] >> i do not know how you learned by worked at national lampoon. saving the world. let me begin by saying how low they must be to go that low in new orleans. i would not put in the same sentence president obama and saving the world. it is very much about movements and the power in our history to bring about a fundamental change. you do need people inside, political leaders inside. it captures the imagination of the nation. through the turbulent history, it has been movement and the power of movements. franklin roosevelt was moved by later movements. lyndon johnson had the civil rights movement. i think we begin with that. this book comes out at a moment when the country sees the power and possibility of occupy, 99%, and how that has shifted. it is still e
's economy out of deflation. well, we asked paul krugman, a princeton university professor, for his assessment of japan's new economic policies. krugman won the nobel prize for economics in 2008 for his work on trade theory. in the past, he's criticized the bank of japan saying central bankerwereot doi enough to stop deflation. but now krugman is asking whether the country is headed in the right direction. >> how would you rate the new economy? >> the broad outline looks right. the idea that japan should have a short-term, fiscal stimulus to get the economy moving coupled with a change in monetary policy designed to accommodate that fiscal stimulus translated into a higher rate of inflation, to a positive inflation of a couple percent at least a year and thereby sustain the effect. that's pretty much what the doctor ordered, i guess i would say. i think hing is the signal is being sent. people are hearing the signal that this time the boj won't do what it's done several times before, which is just as the economy is starting to recover, it will pull back. thcrucl thg is not what the
this thing. go ahead. >> you know -- i mean he's a harvard-trained lawyer. he went to princeton. he's a debate champion. i don't think any of this sort of innuendo and guilt by association would fly in a courtroom. i think in ted cruz you have someone who's a jim demint with an attack dog. he's a tea party favorite. if you look at the national review, they very much like his style, but, again, i think in some ways it certainly reflected what republicans are hoping to do next week and that is further chip away at hagel and hope that something will stick and a another shoe will drop. >>> up next, marco rubio's big gulp might define him in the future. this is on the sideshow. this is going to be fun. this is "hart ball," the place for politics. chances are, you're not made of money, so don't overpay for motorcycle insurance. geico, see how much you could save. you ready? [ female announcer ] second kid by their second kid, every mom is an expert and more likely to choose luvs. after thousands of diaper changes, they know what works. luvs lock away wetness better than huggies for a frac
brother went to princeton. he said, "he got all the brains in the family." bo, a keeper out of chest canner, his philly roots, so proud of his days there, his dad, butch, coached a lot of kids, in fact, my backcourt mate at la salle tony abbott was coached as a kid by his dad. >> tim: the decision is to take 23 seconds off the clock, says larry sclaroto. we're now at 5:55. >> bill: this is where they will not make too many mistakes but just to try to force some speed on wisconsin, extend that pressure. >> tim: sadly for ohio state, when they lose the numbers look like that quite often. >> bill: there is that double-circle pin-down series they run. >> tim: somebody's got to step up and help deshaun thomas on the offensive end. first things first. stop here is important. clock is under 10. force a tough shot. >> bill: good job. >> tim: thomas the rebound. 12 field goals made by wisconsin. only one turnover. >> bill: that's that improved offensive play. they've got a push-off. >> tim: mcdonald. a reminder. tomorrow on cbs, the new neighbor is very cute, very friendly, and just a little
a trend toward less snowfall but whether it does come, there will be what one princeton scientist calls an occasional knockout punch. experts say warmer weather decreases the overall amount of snow and shortens the snow season but when conditions are right if a snowstorm,ualer air carries more moisture which sets the stage for blizzards. juror so it all comes at once. is that right, tucker? >> can you confirm this? >> this is a theory. there are many theories around this stuff. i mean it is interesting. certainly the last 30 or 40 years, we have seen more in the way of large snowstorms on the east coast than we did the preceding three or four years. >> we've had a earies in the last 30 years. >> not in the cards today. >> we have rain showers in the upper 30s. might be a few pockets out to the west dealing with a little sleet or freezing rain. bring an umbrella, be ready for showers. overnight, not falling back nearly as coal as we were 24 hours ago. that is real important to avoid the ice. 39 at reagan national 36 in leonardtown. 32 in frederick. martinsburg, 28. our friend well out to
of princeton and harvard. here he is shapelessly bashing kerry and haig. >> well, we have two pending nominations. john kerry, chuck hagel. both of whom are very prominently less than ardent fans of the u.s. military. >> michael: unbelievable. after those comments even senator john mccain told him to tone it down. and mccain has bipartisan support on this one. democratic senators dianne feinstein and claire mccaskill compared him to joseph mccarthy who accused american citizens of being communist. but toning it down is not in his repertoire. he was at it again. just to give you flavor for the place, this is the poster for larue tactical where the senator chose to call president obama's gun control initiatives wrong. those are mild from what he said in the past. cruz argued that the gun show loophole does not exist. he's a loophole truther. >> there actually isn't the so-called gun show loophole. that does not exist. >> michael: reminder, this man has degrees from harvard and princeton. clearly republicans have not learned from the last election. when americans made it clear that they
. >>the princeton review ranked two virginia schools as the best value public schools in america. the university of virginia in charlottesville is ranked number one. the college of william and mary in williamsburg came in fourth. the princeton review came up with the ranking based on more than 30 factors, including tuition, room and board and financial aid. >>> the very personal question a local college is now asking applicants. >>> plus a local highway where you can go a lot faster now. >>> bragging rights for the mornings spent sitting had traffic. we're number one. how many weeks we spend on average staring at brake lights. >>> weather and traffic on the 1s is next. >>> next, apple's jumbo ipad is out this morning. what you get for a bigger price tag. >>> a major debut for apple today. the new ipad 4128g will hit stores. between $800 and $930. it's twice the size of the current ipad 4. it's aimed attmore professional consumers, including architects, doctors. this could be apple's answer to microsoft's surface pro tablet. >> last year the mini and now the maxie. >> super. >>> h
blinder, the princeton professor whose latest book is called after the music stops the financial crisis the response and the work ahead. >> i thought like many of us americans today that our new president coming in 2009 looked like a great communicator. he was eloquent. he was a role model. he spoke and he understood. it's not like he was not really understanding what was going on. he understood. but he gave very very few speeches. only one really major one. on the financial crisis. explaining what in the world happened to us. what are we going to do about it? why does that make sense? and hang on, folks, this is going to take a while. >> charlie: john done a hoe and alan blinder next. funding for charlie rose was provided by the following. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> charlie: john done a hoe is here. he became ceo of ebay in march of 2008 but he is not a founder of ceo like zucker man page. he rose to the ranks before moving to ebay. under his leadership
and assume that's out of your price range but what "princeton review" discovered some of the best value schools were at the ivy league schools. it found these graduates at the schools wind up finishing with student loan debt below the national average and surprise, yes, yale is in the top ten so you're thinking how's that possible? well, students at these schools they get their costs down and for some it's as aeasy as applying for grants in addition to the usual student aid and many students can get thousands of dollars in grants and these grants don't have to be paid back. if you want to find grants google "college grants" and you'll get countless options to apply for. it can make a huge difference. attendance costs for freshmen at public schools on the list is about $10,000 when you factor in those grants and aid compared to the 19,000 initial sticker price. colleges often include textbook prices in their tuition costs and that can scare people away but nowadays many students at these colleges are finding cheaper options online or using ebooks when it comes to those crazy prices for t
blinder, the princeton professor whose latest book is called after the musictops, the financial crisis, the response andhe work ahead. >> i thought like many of us americans today that our new president coming in 2009 looked like a great communicator. he was eloquent. he was a role model. he spoke and he understood. it's not like he was not really understanding what was going on. he understood. but he gave very, very few speeches. only one really major one. on the financial crisis. explaining what in the world happened to us. what are we going to do abo it? why does that make sense? and hang on, folks, this is going to take a while. >> charlie: john done a hoe and alan blinder next. funding for charlie rose was provided by the following. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> charlie: john done a hoe is here. he became ceo of ebay in march of 2008 but he is not a founder of ceo like zucker man, page. he rose to the ranks before moving to ebay. under his leadership e
is acting like him. i don't think his staff knows who mccarthy is. >> ted went to princeton. >> he's immune to criticism. >> he might have read about this at one point. they went a little overboard inventing the friends of hamas and antiseminichl. >> what does it say, he says i've been stone walled. what's it mean? it means you don't talk. >> they have not coughed up the information proving he was in the pocket of north korea. he didn't get the information. >> they are still pushing this line? >> yeah. he said what else can i say? i suggest he come out and say he's sorry. >> i think there's a -- i agree with you on princeton doesn't guarantee you knowledge of the world. samuel lito is a graduate, also. >> okay. >> ted cruise is a guy, take a risk and say, this is a guy with enormous talent. he's completely misused it in this case. completely misused it in this case. i think it's too bad. i think the guy is very, very smart. by the way, i wouldn't want to watch all the mccarthy movies, i think he would be inspired by them. >> there's a smirk there. justifiable hatred of communism. the questi
the company yourself. finally, a virginia school does top the list of the princeton reviews best value colleges for wirt. the university of virginia in charlottesville has been named the best value public college this year. best values is based on assessments that cover academics, costs, financial aid. and the annual list released today also names the university of north carolina at chapel hill, new college of florida, william & mary came in at number four. university of california rounded out the top public five. when it comes to the best value private college, swathmore college, harvard, williams cole, princeton and pomona college in california. good for uva topping the public schools for best value. >> very good. >>> standard & poor's accused of defrauding investors, billions of dollars. some of the workers may have even joked about it. >>> president obama tackles immigration reform. live on capitol hill with reaction. >> plan tonight to allow loved >> plan tonight to allow loved ones to visit their family >>> a ratings firm under fire tonight. the justice department says standard &
in the country ask students to disclose their sexual orientation. >>> the princeton review rank it was virginia schools as the best value when it comes to public schools in america. those two schools are the university of virginia in charlottesville. ranked number one with a total cost of $22,243 for in-state students a year. the college of william and mary in williamsburg came in fourth with a total cost of $23,900 for in-state students a year. >>> now the princeton review came up with the ranking based on more than 30 factors, including tuition, room and board and financial aid. >>> we're getting another check on our weather now with tom kierein who is out on the weather deck. hey, tom. >> hey, barbara, we have a gray sky, just a very light breeze here now and really not too bad. a pleasant winter afternoon here in early february. there is the sky over the potomac refer, a lot of cloud cover around most of the region now. and at 11:33, we've had just the cloud cover coming and going all morning long. there have been a few spots, a little sun is trying to break out along the blue ridge and in
of these things. and, look, i might say people that you know, sure, it works for you, you're at princeton, it works for me, i'm at msnbc. i might not know anyone. how do we reframe our own invisible capital. you say one of the first things you think about is privilege. >> there are things we do and other things we should take credit for. i didn't choose to be born into a middle-class family. i was lucky. it helps being a man in a male-dominated industry or speak english as a first language. all these things help. they're not enough but they have to be used in a meaningful way. if we don't realize this, we leash assets on the table. >> being a male in a male-dominated industry but you're saying taking a step back and recognizing it is a way to use it? >> right. otherwise they may be invisible to us. sometimes it takes someone else to realize the things we already have but they're hidden in plain sight. so for instance, i don't think about my gender that much, but if you were a 19-year-old woman who wanted to raise money to open up an auto repair shop, people are going to be looking at you
and black decorations? is this halloween or princeton parents' weekend?
that sent three people to the hospital. sheriff deputies were called at about 7:00 to princeton street. one victim was stabbed four times in the back and once in the shoulder. two people were taken to eden medical center in castro valley. a third person is being treated at highland hospital. authorities have yet to release any information about the suspects. >>> people living in a peninsula neighborhood woke up this morning to a water main break. utility crews were called to a residential area near helen drive and magnolia avenue. the break was reported at about 6:30. the water main break affected water pressure for the entire city. >>> far far away for football and on top of the waves. the swells that got surfers out today. >>> and mark tamayo has a look at your workweek and if you're going to need an umbrella later in the week. you'll find out momentarily. >>> well lots of sunshine once again this afternoon. right now we still have clear conditions. temperatures have been dropping off. take a look at some of the current numbers. low 40s to report out toward napa and santa rosa. same deal
, johns hopkins, princeton, duke, just to name a few. >> and so it's different in the sense that you're just on the computer taking a course by yourself. one of the things you're doing is you've got this online community so you call it peer to peer -- >> peer-to-peer learning or peer teaching. so whapt happens this is a very active experience. this is not the same as sitting alone in your living room. there's constant interaction with the material, the computer asks you questions and you answer those questions and at the same time because there's an entire community of learners taking the course with you on roughly the same schedule, if you're confused about something, there's tens of thousands of people all over the world who are learn k the same material and can help you struggle through the hard bits and work with you. so we have study groups an everything. >> andrew, you don't get credit, at least at this point you're not getting course credit for this. what kicked nd of a student are looking for? is it for someone like myself who says i've got extra time, i'd like to learn somet
, by the way, was a wrestler back in his princeton days. >>> and, can you imagine your world with no super bowl sunday? well, get ready, because today, the nfl announced that next year's super bowl xlviii could be moved to a saturday or a monday. why? well, the big game will be in blustery new jersey, and they say if it's too cold and wintry, they'll do the unthinkable and push the big game to a different day. >>> and it is game on. we bring you a newsletter from the first night of america's top dog show, westminster. so far, one of the most acclaimed dogs is this one, the english sheepdog named swagger, winner of the herding group. and the biggest upset? last year, a pekingese won, but this year, the pekingese fell short, not even making it to the finals. and also this year, there are the rules banning canine cosmetic surgery, including braces to straighten teeth and any performance enhancing drugs. best in show will be crowned tonight. and if you think your dog deserves a trophy as much as those fluffy guys, well, we want you to know, we do, too. and "world news" will have its own best in sho
of the princeton laboratory, arms director as well. you're a great source to get information on this. first of all, to the staff and the facts as we know them. scientists are saying they believe this is one meteor that broke into fragments. but are you surprised at the incredible images and the damage that's it's rained on that region? >> no, i'm not surprised, ashleigh. you're appropriately coming to capitol hill. there is something to come to capitol hill, there is something to talk about it here, besides the curiosity and human interest story and upset there. you know, there are lots of things from space that rain down on earth every day. most of it is dust. it amounts to tons of material. but when something the size of a foot or a yard or, you know, a meter across, that can carry a lot of energy. as much as a big explosion. in fact, it could be mistaken, in some cases, for a nuclear explosion. so that's one of the reasons we need to watch these things. >> but, i'm glad you mentioned that, congressman, because i think there was an explosion in 2002 over the mediterranean when india and pakistan
to document this. >> he's a harvard trained lawyer, went to princeton, debate champion and you can see him employing those tactics here. i don't think any of this sort of innuendo and sort of guilt by association would fly in a courtroom, but i think in ted cruz you have someone who is essentially auditioning to be a jim demint with an attitude. conservatives want an attack dog and he's auditioning for that role. a tea party favorite. they like his style. but again, i think in some ways it certainly reflects what republicans are hoping to do over this next week, and that is, further chip away at hagel and hope that something will stick and another shoe will drop. >> nia malika henderson and wayne slater. >> up next, marco rubio's gulp might become the moment that defines the poor guy. another iconic moment, and grups that have crippled reputations of politicians in the past. it's going to be fun. this is "hardball," the place for politics. [ female announcer ] research suggests cell health plays a key role throughout our lives. one a day women's 50+ is a complete multivitamin designed for
cover over nearly 50 years. and a new study from princeton scientists predicts global snowfall over the next 50 years will shrink more than a foot. in the u.s., a 30% to 70% drop in snow by the end of this century. but when we do get snow -- watch out. >> every once in awhile, there's going to be a big storm, a kind of knockout punch. >> reporter: bigger blizzards, but less snow? scientists say that's because a warmer atmosphere can hold a lot more moisture, sucking it up from the oceans. most of it will come down as rain. but when it gets cold enough, it will turn into snow, a lot of it. and we could get hit by a monster storm. one of these studies and its predictions is based on computer models and some wonder, how good are those models? but climatologists say the weather patterns are already changing. >> so, get out your snow shovels. snowstorms with two, three feet that used to seem highly unusual, that may, in fact, become more typical. >> reporter: bigger storms, less snow overall. a new reality. david kerley, abc news, washington. >>> and now, we have an update about the fire
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